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Get Your Tickets for the Fall Roost!

THE FOURTEENTH ANNUAL FALL ROOST BENEFIT
Tuesday, October 2
Tribeca Rooftop

NYC Audubon’s Fall Roost benefit dinner is coming to Tribeca Rooftop on Tuesday, October 2. This year’s benefit will honor Andrew Farnsworth, PhD, and Volunteer of the Year, Annie Barry. Learn more about this year's honorees here.

Held annually since 2005, The Fall Roost raises funds for NYC Audubon’s numerous conservation and education programs while honoring some of the City’s birding and conservation luminaries. The evening begins with a silent auction (see a full list of the fabulous items up for bid in the silent auction here) and reception at 6:30pm, followed by dinner and program. You can expect great food, excellent company, and a silent auction featuring new eco-adventures, unique cultural experiences, and a few fun surprises.

Learn more and register for this year's Fall Roost here.

 


Celebrate Monarchs and Other Pollinators at Jamaica Bay

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© Ellen Michaels

MONARCH/POLLINATOR FESTIVAL AT JAMAICA BAY
Sunday, September 30, 10am-3pm
With American Littoral Society and Gateway National Recreation Area

Learn about the amazing journeys of butterflies such as the Monarch, along with many different species of moths, bees, and other pollinators at the first-ever Pollinator/Monarch Festival at Jamaica Bay. Meet at the Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center for a fun day of activities, including indoor presentations, children’s programs, walks around the refuge, and a trip to Fort Tilden, Queens, to see the Monarch Butterfly migration. Contact American Littoral Society at 718-474-0896 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information and to register. Free, suggested donation for adults

 


Birds and Brews: Safe Flight IPA Available Now

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Brewed in Partnership with Kings Country Brewers Collective

Safe Flight IPA is back! Created in partnership with local Bushwick brewery Kings County Brewers Collective to raise awareness of bird collisions with windows, a portion of all sales of Safe Flight IPA will be donated to support NYC Audubon's Project Safe Flight conservation program. Brewed by KCBC's Pete Lengyel, Safe Flight IPA is currently on tap at the KCBC Taproom and can be found in stores like Whole Foods! Learn more about NYC Audubon's efforts to study and prevent bird collisions with windows, which is estimated to kill at least 100 million birds in the U.S. each year, on our Project Safe Flight page.

 


Top Banner Photo Credits: Great Egret Nesting Colony © NYC Audubon; Group of Birders © Kati Solomon; All Others © François Portmann.

Bottom Photo Credits: John James Audubon (1785–1851), Bald Eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus), Study for Havell pl. 11, 1822. Watercolor, collage, black ink, graphite, pastel, and white lead pigment with selective glazing on paper, laid on card; 38 3/8 x 23 11/16 in.; Snowy Owl © Brian Kushner/Audubon Photography Awards.


Audubon's Birds of America Gallery Now Open at New-York Historical Society

Audubon's stunning watercolors have a permanent home! Check out New-York Historical Society's Audubon’s Birds of America Focus Gallery, where you can view rotating watercolor models by John James Audubon with their corresponding plates from the double-elephant-folio series, engraved by Robert Havell Jr.—never on view together before!—bird calls, and a Bird-of-the-Month.

The Bird-of-the Month centerpiece currently is the Bald Eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus). Learn more about New-York Historical Society's gallery here.

Take the Pledge and Make 2018 the Year of the Bird

2018 is the year of the bird! In honor of the centennial of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act—the most powerful and important bird protection law ever passed—organizations from around the world are joining forces to celebrate the "Year of the Bird" and commit to protecting birds today and for the next hundred years.
 
Take the pledge and sign up to bird your world at www.birdyourworld.org.

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Birding by Subway Map

Learn about all of the great NYC birding hotspots and how to visit them by public transit using our interactive "Birding by Subway" Map.

 

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Karen Benfield and Lark Song Media spent a year documenting our work and produced a terrific video that captures our commitment to the birds and bird-lovers of New York City. See our varied outreach and conservation programs in action by viewing "Who We Are: NYC Audubon."
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